Jeremy Oddo wrote:
There is, of course, one other thing we need to do: we need to find those
people that BUY stuff from SPAM, take them out back and shoot them dead. CAUTION: before implementing said procedure, please check with your local
law enforcement to determine if this is legal in your area. ;)


The funny thing is that at the moment I AM looking at refinancing and lower mortgage rates and saw a few spams go by (that were successfully tagged by SA) on the subject. I looked at the emails to see if there was any way to get to the business without going through a tracking link that would show it as being a successful spam and there wasn't, so I just deleted the notes and didn't go to any sites.

When I used to get telemarketing phone calls there were times when I was
actually interested in the category of product being called about, but I
always told the caller that it was too bad they had called because I am
actually interested in such a product, but have a policy of never doing
business with a company that telemarketed me so they were now out of the


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